GREAT AGAIN: Unlike Obama, Trump Doesn’t Bow

Receives highest civilian honor… Greeted With Deal$

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President Donald Trump is currently visiting Saudi Arabia during his first foreign trip and as he met and greeted King Salman, he did not bow to the Saudi royalty, unlike former president Barack Obama:

It is quite amazing what a huge difference an election can make with regard to the respect the POTUS has for his country, isn’t it? President Trump stood up straight whilst King Salman of Saudi Arabia took a slight bow. The contrast between The Donald and Barry Obama as they both met with the Saudi King is quite shocking. Barry was seen bowing humbly to King Abdullah, contorting at an almost ninety degree angle (a deep waiter’s bow) in what many described as an unpardonable show of American weakness:

Trump supporters went on social media and cheered The Donald:

 

 

 

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To tell you the truth, I wouldn’t be surprised to see CNN, WaPo and NYT running with the headline “Trump disrespects Saudi King.”

President Trump received the highest civilian honor from Saudi Arabia as King Salman placed the King Abdulaziz al Saud Collar on the POTUS’ neck during an official ceremony on Saturday at the Royal Court in Riyadh, the country’s capital. Also, the new POTUS has been greeted with billions of dollars of deals by Saudi Arabia. For example, Aramco agrees MoUs, joint ventures with GE, Halliburton whilst Saudi wealth fund PIF will invest heavily in Blackstone fund, Softbank in all sorts of infrastructure deals. The Saudis signed 16 accords with 11 American companies, valued at approximately $50 billion. The US Sec. of Commerce has said:

“I can’t imagine another business day that’s been as good for the United States or for the kingdom,”

President Trump also secured a huge $350 billion weapons deal with the Saudis over 10 years, with $110 billion taking effect immediately. You know what that means, right? Jobs, jobs and more jobs for Americans working in the defense industry, as per President Trump’s own words:

“That was a tremendous day. Tremendous investments in the United States. Hundreds of billions of dollars of investments into the United States and jobs, jobs, jobs.”

 Image: Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and U.S. President Donald Trump walk during a reception ceremony in Riyadh
Source, Photo Reuters